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Aerosport Additive turns to ETEC and Adaptive3D to revolutionize the 3D printing of rubber parts

Aerosport Additive turns to ETEC and Adaptive3D to revolutionize the 3D printing of rubber parts

Aerosport Additive is an Ohio-based service bureau that produces prototypes and working models for the automotive, aerospace, military, electronics and consumer industries. This company turned to DLP technology to expand its portfolio.

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Ecrimesa Group Spain

Ecrimesa Group Spain

How Ecrimesa Group improved the quality and productivity of its services and products with Desktop Metal’s Studio System 2 Ecrimesa…

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Götz Maschinenbau Germany Expands their Manufacturing Capabilities

Götz Maschinenbau Germany Expands their Manufacturing Capabilities

Götz Maschinenbau Germany achieves its business goals with the Stratasys® H350.

Stratasys Sub Zero 3D Printing Facility Case Study

Sub Zero Group

Sub Zero Group

Sub-Zero Group, the producer of customized and luxury home appliances, adds the new large-format 3D printer from Stratasys, F770 to its line of 3D printers. Additive manufacturing proves its capabilities once again even for large and complex parts.

PENSA MakerBot Method 3D Printer Case Study

PENSA Industrial Design and Invention Consulting

PENSA Industrial Design and Invention Consulting

PENSA, an industrial design and product development firm, have integrated the MakerBot Method Performance 3D Printer into their daily design process testing ideas early and often in order to accelerate design iteration cycles and make quicker decisions. The designers and engineers utilize METHOD for a wide range of uses, including to print fixtures or end-use parts, form studies, volume studies, and functional testing.